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with charmin ultra soft. >>> there is nothing worse than cruising down the road and having a tire blow out. it is important for drivers to inspect the tires before hitting the road for the summer road trip. >> i don't always get the regular maintenance on my tires. i try to when i get oil changes every so often. i usually run out of time. >> reporter: running out of time is a common reason for people when it comes to taking care of their cars. according to angy of angy's list taking care of your car could save your life. >> there are little things that you can do in regard to your tires to make sure you are monitoring them properly. every time you get gas take a look at the tires. >> reporter: overor under inflated tires are a safety hazard. if there is not enough pressure you can blow a tire. keeping the tireinizeflated to the proper pressure also increases mileage. >> there are nearly 600 death every year as a result of poor tire maintenance. having tires properly maintained improves steering, traction and stopping of the car. >> reporter: not all tires are created equal. tires ware e
tires looking for a new paint job after vandals damaged 50 cars, dozens of tires were slashed, and swastikas were painted on about six cars. we're live in santa cus santa ch more on the aftermath. tomas? >> the vandalism that occurred last night, this car had a swastika carved into the paint. this is one of two we've actually been able to find. police say because of these symptoms, they're also investigating this vandalism as a hate crime. santa cruz police and residents say that at least 47 cars had either their tires slashed or their cars keyed. six with swastikas. police say all this happened in a three-block area of santa cruz cruz. the victim occurred between 11:00 p.m. last night and 1:00 this morning. residents say the cars were vandalized while on the street and in their driveways. victims say the cars on one side of the street had their tires slashed while the cars on the opposite side had the cars keyed. one vandalism victim woke up to tow trucks this morning taking away cars with flat tires. >> up and down the street, everywhere you looked, were flat tires. we looke
and find your vehicle on blocks and the tires gone. it's happened repeatedly in several virginia rail express lots in prince williams county. fox 5's audrey barnes is in the newsroom with what's going on? >> police say it's been going on since early july. these thieves are pretty brazen taking the tires and rims and leaving the cars on blocks in broad daylight. >> reporter: people parking their cars at the vre lot at jefferson davis highway and duff frizz road in duff frizz could see -- fum frizz road in dumfries could see -- dumfries road in dumfries could see where the latest thefts occurred thursday. the cars on blocks with no tire and rims are still there. >> i parked here this morning because i had a lot of bags and had to get off to work and i said i'm going to pray on it that it's still here when i get back. >> reporter: police say two vehicles were hit at this lot thursday. the thieves got away with more tan $3,000 worth of stolen tires -- than $3,000 worth of stolen tires, rims and stereo. police say the thieves got a stereo and all four tires from the car parked here. the on
here today. but the cleanup could take days. >> >> new at 10:00. swastikas and slashed tires, what is left behind after vandals struck 50 cars in santa cruz. eric is standing by live to show us the damage. >> >> reporter: 24 is 1 of the streets where we found car after car, including that 1 there with slashed tires and angry owners. a rash of vandalisms so large -- >> i had 2 flat tires on with your car and another flat tire on another. >> reporter: dozens of crews suddenly had something in common overnight. >> i was pretty stunned. i don't know why anybody would do it. >> reporter: suzanne said someone slashed the tires on all 4 of her cars. >> tow truck was $200, tires $500. >> >> reporter: ryan's tires were not touched, but he discovered someone keyed a scat stick canoe his car. > swastika into his car. another neighbor said he discovered a broken blade. police will only say they have selected some evidence and increased paroles in the area, but still need help to catch the persons responsible. >> we don't have suspect information. we believe there are people who know suspects
on a vandalism spree slashing tires and scratching swasticas on dozens of cars. it happened off highway 1. police are collecting evidence they say will likely lead to hate crime charges for the culprits. >> four cars with slashed tires. how did i feel? fantastic. >> she had the tires on all her four vehicles slashed. it happened sometime between 11:00 p.m. and is 111:00 a.m. saturday. 44 cars were damaged. one car has a swastica keyed into the paint. he discovered the damage this morning after car after car on his street had tires. -- had flat tires. >> i think there were two guys, one coming down this side and he had a knife so he was keying. the other guy was slashing tires. >> this prius also has a swastica keyed into their hood. police say six vehicles had the hate symbol keyed into their paint. they even entered driveways to slash tires. >> she was surprised to see all her neighbors out. >> everybody was in a daze. people were coming out, it's like a cartoon. you see all the also flat tires everywhere, and it was just like who would have done this? >> the damage is extensive and expensive. >
coupon. ,,,,,,,, new splenda® essentials™. (siren wailing, tires squealing) (siren wailing) we're doing the right thing. i know. we knew about the risks when we took the money. i know. (sighs) we should call hpd, get backup. that's an excellent idea-- just invite more cops to arrest us. know what? i know what you're thinking, all right? this is all my fault, and that's fine. listen to me, i was there, too, my eyes were wide open, and i would do it again. it was worth it for chin. but you have to admit we've been crossing the line a little too easily lately. all right? and now it looks like we are going to pay for it. (sighs) (phone auto-dialing) woman: hpd command. yeah, this is five-o. we need assistance at the main station. five-o, be advised, closest responding unit is ten away. what are you talking about, ten away? you guys should be right there! all units are tied up on evac line at lunalilo street. who ordered them that far back? orders came down from the warning center from commander hale. hale? from the coast guard? affirmative. thank you, dispatch. it was him. he knew the warni
: the legalization of gay marriage means one thing. super bowl hero david tiree. >> this will be the beginning of our country sliding toward, you know, it's a strong word but anarchy. >> reporter: now everyone from al bany to rochester will have to deal with what people here in this city have long had to accept as part of their daily lives. traffic snarls. sailors gone awol. >> it's like an average day in the gay community. isn't snit. >> no. this is a very special day that we have. >> reporter: sir, may i ask you a quick question. how is this not like the apocalypse? >> this is a (beep) parade, dude. >> reporter: it reminds me a bit of that passage from revelation. i saw a horse and its rider was wearing a jock strap and hell followed. >> i don't read the bible. >> reporter: it's in there, page 42. >> what kind of parade is in store for tomorrow? >> i don't think any other parade because we have pride only once a year. >> reporter: you're saying this is the parade but in reality the st. patrick's day parade is a very accurate portrayal of how irish people behave everyday. >> i wouldn't say that at a
went on a vandalism spree this weekend slashing tires and. of police are collecting evidence that they will likely lead to hate crime charges for the culprits. >> four cars with slashed tires. how did i feel? fantastic. >> she had the tires on all her four vehicles slashed t happened sometime between 11:00 p.m. and 11:00 a.m. saturday. 44 cars were damaged. one car has a swastica keyed into the paint. he discovered the damage this morning after car after car on his street had tires. >> i think there were two guys, one coming down this side and he had a knife so he was keying. the other guy was slashing tires. >> this prius also has a swastica keyed into their hood. the vandals even entered driveways to slash tires. she was surprised to see all her neighbors out this morning. >> everybody was in a daze. people were coming out, it's like a cartoon. you see all the also flat tires everywhere, and it was just like who would have done this? >> the damage is extensive and expensive. >> because i had to replace all four tires, it was probably about $900. >> santa cruz police have fo
in weekend slashing tires, even scratching swastikas on parked cars. it happened off of highway 1. police are collecting evidence that will likely lead to hate crime charges for the culprit. >> four cars with scratched cars. how did i feel? >> all the tires on four feels vehicles were slashed. they say it happened between 11:00 and 1:00. four cars were slashed. one has a swastika keyed into the paint. he discovered it this morning after he saw car after car had flat tires. >> i think there were two guys, coming down the street. the other guy was slashing tires. >> this prius has a swastika keyed into the hood. six vehicles had the hate symbol on their paint. patty williams was surprised to see all her neighbors out this morning. >> people were in a daze. people were coming out, it was like a cartoon. you see a all these flat tires everywhere. it was like, who would have done this? >> the damage is extensive and expensive. >> because i had to replace all four tires, it was probably about $900. >> santa cruz police have found some physical evidence that might lead them to a suspect and want
on tallahassee. (garbled radio transmission) >> (over radio): 25 on tallahassee. >> he's losing his front tire. >> mcmichael: he's losing his tires because he hit all the spike strips. >> aspen and lobasso going east on aspen now. >> mcmichael: ooh, signal four, signal four. >> get out, get out, get out. let me see your hands! >> mcmichael: give me your hands right now! put your hands up right now! >> okay, i'm down. >> mcmichael: get on the ground! show me your hands! show me your hands! >> yes, sir! yes, sir! >> mcmichael: put your hands up right now! put your hands behind your back! >> yes, sir, yes, sir. yes, sir. >> corporal shawn mancino: lobasso, at a dead end. >> all right, ready? >> is that your car over there? >> mancino: uh, no, it's bufano's car. stick him in the car. >> somebody grab his left side. left side. >> left side. >> please... oh...! i'm so sorry. >> put your feet down. andy, your car unlocked? >> sorry, man. >> get the door. >> i got, i got, i got it. ready? >> put him in. get in. >> mancino: get in the car. >> ow! listen... >> cuffs? >> everybody good? you all right? >>
'll take a break. ever been in a situation where you've got a flat tire on your car and then you're -- a choice for your flat tire, give you a cup of coffee or a doughnut. neither one's going to fix your flat tire. >> exactly. >> you're arguing the debate what i see as a cup and coffee of a doughnut is a valid debate for the flat tire? what i'm saying is, both political parties are ignoring the flat tire because they're terrified to deal with it. one's in favor of a cup of coffee. the other in favor of a doughnut and i'm supposed to sit here like a moron on msnbc, are you in favor of a cup of coffee or a doughnut? oh, well, the democrats like doughnuts, bob. moil meanwhile, the thing has a flat tire. >> i want to -- >> nobody wants to talk about the tire. the tire is a lack of jobs. >> tim doesn't agree that lack of jobs is the core problem. >> i didn't say that. >> republicans -- >> he believes -- i think you're putting words in his mouth. i think what he believes, tax reform will lead to job creation. i'm going to take a break. everybody stays. the democrats obviously have thei
in one montgomery county neighborhood woke up with spray-painted cars and slashed tires. >> the vandalism happen on whim first-rate, and because of what was written on the cars, is being considered a hate crime. >> this pickup truck is one of the ones that was graffiti. it has been cleaned up, but it had a homophobic slur written all across the side. you can see that the tires on this side have been cut, and is typical of what we're seeing in the neighborhood. i can see four other cars from where in the also had their tires cut. >> she found her tires slashed when she tried to had to work. >> we were all pretty angry. i did not go to work today. it is just not really fair. >> her neighbor who did not want to give his last name founded his spare truck had been spray- painted and its tires slashed when he got home at 3:30 in morning. >> i thought there was only me until i woke up and found out was the old neighborhood. >> he is not exaggerating. all, this community, the story is the same. hires are slashed, and graffiti sprayed on at least 20 cars. it is on road signs too, and since it incl
no comment. >>> graffiti painted on cars, tires slashed in a quiet neighborhood. up next, why police say this could be more than vandalism. >>> check out some of the other stories on our run-down. the news edge is back in 60 seconds.  >> police in prince georges county are questioning two people in connection with the homicide in bowie. officers were called after a shooting this evening. they found the victim dead inside the home. neighbors are stunned. >> it strikes me as strange because he was a very quiet person, like i said, my wife would see him out running. we didn't have a lot of interaction with him, so they're saying that he seemed to have been targeted is what i saw and heard from the police earlier, that he'd been targeted, and it's just hard for me to imagine anything he would have been involved in. i just can't think of anything right offhand. >> tonight, police say the victim was targeted and this was not a random act. no word yet though on a motive. >>> police in silver springs are tracking a vandal who trashed about 20 cars overnight. they
of rider. >> he will never be one of them. such a tire wouldn't look right on a pre-world war schwin and big fat red tires. >> it's kind of like the cadillac, it's different. >> for all the high-tech bbh they have the highest number of antique steel cruisers. >> this will last another hundred years. >> by fades, fortune or design pretty much collectibles came from low key motors or his front yard. >> sometimes i put low mileage. >> the neighborhood kid all grown up, a bike guy that raced for 15 years that built a word of mouth business that stuck to stick market. >> if you are oiled enough and look closer, they bring back memories, good memories. >> lots of holder people, i had this bike, this is my bike. they want it back. of them just some of them just want to talk about it. most of them just want to talk about it. [ laughter ] >> like many people that ride them, these are bikes with distinguished bikes that wear their experiences and reflect their heritage. >> late 50s so they had to put them on bikes. >> bikes with classic lines, racy names, elgin, murray, remember hawthorne? >>
crime. police in montgomery county are trying to figure out who slashed dozens of car tires and sprayed hate filled gra neaty in one silver spring neighborhood. this -- graffiti in one silver spring neighborhood. linda so is here with more. >> reporter: at least 20 people woke up to find their cars vandalized. some were littered with hate filled graffitip it happened overnight on tuesday when -- graffiti. it happened overnight on tuesday. when they got up they discovered tires slashed and graffiti. police say it's a hate crime. they are looking for the vandals but people in the neighborhood are disgusted this type of thing could happen. they want whoever is responsible caught so that they can pay for the thousands of dollars in damages. >> i personally think someone was really angry or bored one or the other. >> blows me away there's people out there like that. >> reporter: now if they are caught and convicted of a hate crime, they could face up to 10 years in prison and a 10,000 dollar fine. in the studio, linda so, abc2 news. >> reporter: making news around the nation this morning, ch
two of patrick's tires but they also scrolled this gay slur on his pickup truck. >> up and down the road nothing but slashed tires and spray paint. >> reporter: montgomery county police believe it is all connected. and they are investigating it as a hate crime. >> reporter: this 13-year-old girl isn't ready to wait for any closure to this case. she spent the morning cleaning up her street. >> i'm pretty sure a lot of people that are jews or gay people wouldn't like that very much and i didn't want anybody to see that and be offended. >> reporter: if the vandals try to do it again. >> if it wasn't illegal i would put a bat to your heads. >>> police in bowie working to make an arrest in a murder case out there. they say a man was shot to death. police believe this was not random. they think this guy was targeted. right now investigators are questioning two men. police say they are still working to identify that victim. >>> now the tragedy that our online viewers just cannot stop talking about because the details are so very disturbing. an 8-year-old brooklyn boy who got lost while
.wgbh.org. [stately organ music] ♪ [tires screech] (sister mary francis) step away from the curb, children. [tires screech] [tires screech] hi, sister. you look terrific today. what have you done with your hair? you're late again, rick. i know, i know, but i have a very good excuse. there can be no excuse for tardiness. you're right. you're-- you're absolutely right. i'm--i'm sorry. i should never have stopped and saved that drowning infant. i'm--i'm weak, sister. i'm just so weak. all right, now, stop that. children, on the bus. sister, if you ever get lonely after vespers, i am the man to call. my number's in the book. get going, rick. you're late enough as it is. think about it, okay? okay, come along, children. [stately orchestral music] ♪ [rick over intercom] attention, passengers, we are now leaving nun central on our journey to hell and beyond. the captain has turned off the no-smoking sign, and you may now move about the cabin freely. [kid screams] [kids shouting] thank you for being catholic and for choosing the st. gabriel school bus. [kids shouting] ooh. [upbeat rock music] ♪ now do
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lunch bag [pop] scott, there is a granola bar under the tire. now to andy levy for a pre game report. what's coming up on tonight's show? >> fix yourself a drink, america. coming up, pop singer adele feendz out she is not a fan of england's high tax rate. should president obama be impeached? and why does the artist formerly known as prince think people are happy without choices? maybe it is because his albums suck. and are the producers of "two and a half men" set to kill off charlie sheen's character? that's what reports say, and reports are never day. >> thank you, andy. >> happy waffle iron day. >> they brought it until the 1860s. >> but in 1869 they patented the the first u.s. waffle iron. >> everything has to be about cornelius. cornelius did this. cornelius did that. get over him. >> and once again your jealousy of cornelius comes between us. so sad. >> please, andy. he is dead. i am not jealous of a dead man who invented a waffle iron. >> really? are you not jealous of this? >> he does make a mean muss stash. >> you are sad. >> you are sad. let's welcome our guests. >>>
:00. tragedy on the beltway, a man working on a flat tire is killed after a horrific chain reaction. >>> we're also watching the weather, a super soaker headed our way, in fact most of the region will soon be under a flood watch. >>> a live look at the ce shuttle in florida where nasty weather could ruin the final flight just hours from now. >>> but we begin with that deadly crash on the beltway. i'm melanie alnwick. >> i'm laura evans. shawn and brian are off tonight. fox 5's stacey cohan is live near the scene with the latest. what do you know- >> reporter: there were three cars altogether involved in the accident. one pulled over on the side of the highway. we have video. this happened around 6:00. it was a cadillac carrying two people, pulled over on the side of the highway for a flat tire. marriage contacted some friends who arrived a -- they apparently contacted some friends who arrived a short time later, a couple and two children driving a toyota highlander suv. at some point a third vehicle swerved off the road and ran smack into the back of the
a day on tires that look like that. you should be ashamed of yourself, mr. nolan. you are the chairmen of this board. you're supposed to make sure that stuff like this does not get out there to serve the public of san francisco. we are driving coaches like this with no protection around the steering wheels. i have sustained an injury because of your negligence and behavior and in respect to making sure that we have adequate working equipment, and i am tired of getting hurt because it your negligent behavior. you need to step up to the plate. if you don't step up to the plate, i will make sure that the proper authority makes sure you step up to the plate. >> thank you. [applause] >> ok, next speaker, please. >> i'm an operator for san francisco. what you are dealing with the cab companies, what you're doing in the back terminal and the way you do your --, you are trying to turn us into machines, people without faces. this is dehumanizing, degrading and this will backfire on you. we are just human beings trying to do a job. the thing i want to speak to quickly is that the -- i had a meet
're waiting for the courts. they're tired of waiting. >> clearly this is not fair, clearly this is going to take so much longer. and i want to marry him i am tired of waiting. >> i think california will eventually get there but we were not sure when. i think it is more important to us that we live our lives the way that we want regardless of if it is stamped " okay. " of the state. >> same-sex california couples will not be recognized and in california if they get married in new york. tomorrow, 7:00 p.m., lgbt meeting. at 7:00 p.m.. richmond has been a very bloody violent month. >> family and friends mourn the death of 19 year-old you take a child with this second child what happens >> family, friends, the death of 19 year-old at this northridge home. in light we suffer for a long time. right now people feel destroyed. he was what we want to people should know that this young father was a good man and not involved with gang activity. >> right now we just feel his loss. he would do anything for you. >> he and his other brother came to this restaurant saturday night to have dinner. and sh
really tired and still really cold and kind of weak. but she feels okay. she is sort of like, she is feeling better. by tomorrow she will be back to her usual self. >> reporter: that was the husband of kathy in how she is feeling this morning after her rough night. we do have amazing pictures and the story of her rescue. i'm waiting to hear if that video is ready to go. do we have it? it is such a great story. the coastguard took amazing video of the rescue. 13 hours she had been in the water. i'm going toss it back to the newsroom where i understand they will pick up the story for me. >>> thank you so much. we'll hear more from both of you and n a little while. let's move on to this story. friends of a petaluma man who has been missing in the gulf of california are raising money to aid in the search. mexican navy and coastguard called off the search. his friends have raised $14,000 to hire a deep water dive team to look for the ship's wreckage and determine if any fishermen was on it. m are your are your was hit with a pie -- rupert murdoch was hit with a pie. >> he was interrupt
that on the singular issue. people that are disabled, and they are tired. they are tired of what they feel is paying rent for a cot. the resulting increase in hunger and destitution that they face, this initiative will not impact the baseline fund for housing. this money pays for the operation of current housing and that will continue. it does not dismantle the program. it is news to me that shelter is the entirety. that is not a narrative that has been spawned over the last nine years. the idea that this will attract people from out of town is conjecture. they have tried to prove this over and over again, and they have never been able to prove that people come from out of town for services. the data shows the opposite. this initiative will correct a disastrous mistake. a mistake that has led to the displacement of working elderly , even jury -- a very dangerous prospect. [chime] supervisor kim: cast to a question? something that has been really frustrating coming from the policy and is that we hear so many different things about time. what is the time that people believe they need to get out in ord
. >> we all want to graduate we are all tired of this class. been 11 weeks. one more week to go. >> i need to get these mraps out. >> my purpose is to get the recruits prepared for the construction training. >> what you do is get a 2 by 6 sitting on the saw horses. we will cut 10 feet. everybody going to get one and you measure up 6 inches. you sure you got 8 feet. >> as a carpenter you have to let them know what's expected and they need to know the stuff to get going on the trades. >> the main thing they need to know is how to carry the stuff on the job and the hussle. >> you can't work with the gloves. >> my part is a small part. my part is the best part. the part that really teaches them how to go out and fish rather than go to the fish market. my job is how to teach them to fish when the fish market is closed. >> this requires i thinking. when you go on the job site they will pay you 20-15, dollars an hour you have to think and figure stuff out and get the jobs done in a record time. >> one of the things we try to teach with the construction trades is your attitude going t
tires to bullet-proof vests. when this metal rod slams into the tire, it causes the same kind of stress as hitting a pothole. >> so we put this tattoo, of all things, on the tire, a tattoo with a bunch of dots. and a high-speed camera tracks every one of those dots. and the distance between the dots changes, that's the strain so we can see if the tire will fail by developments in this machine. >> susie: kevlar has many uses, but it starts out as a fiber, a unique one. >> this is kevlar. it's a reinforcing fiber. it's one of the strongest fibers in the world. kevlar is five times stronger than steel. >> susie: that strength is put to use in helmets for soldiers in afghanistan. but kevlar also works closer to home in places where tornadoes can send debris crashing into houses at more than 100 miles per hour. and when kevlar-filled panels are used to make a safe-room in a house, this is what happens. all the research at dupont has one point and that's the bottom line. it's a legacy kullman would like to leave with dupont. she delivers that message everywhere she goes, even as she spoke to
coupon. new splenda® essentials™. (siren wailing, tires squealing) (siren wailing) we're doing the right thing. i know. we knew about the risks when we took the money. i know. (sighs) we should call hpd, get backup. that's an excellent idea-- just invite more cops to arrest us. know what? i know what you're thinking, all right? this is all my fault, and that's fine. listen to me, i was there, too, my eyes were wide open, and i would do it again. it was worth it for chin. but you have to admit we've been crossing the line a little too easily lately. all right? and now it looks like we are going to pay for it. (sighs) (phone auto-dialing) woman: hpd command. yeah, this is five-o. we need assistance at the main station. five-o, be advised, closest responding unit is ten away. what are you talking about, ten away? you guys should be right there! all units are tied up on evac line at lunalilo street. who ordered them that far back? orders came down from the warning center from commander hale. hale? from the coast guard? affirmative. thank you, dispatch. it was him. he knew the warning system,
tired air traffic controllers from falling asleep on the job. they tell us what the new guide liance are. >> hi, they are a joint agreement between the faa and the national air traffic controller's association. they say that air traffic controllers can now use sick time or vacation time if they are too sleeppy to come to work and if they are working the overnight shift, they can lin to the radio and read in order to stay active and stay awake. and air traffic controllers . and since april there are seven insphance of controllers sleeping on the job. and without any help from an air traffic controller that have dozed off. >> faa man dated that all controllers get a minimum of nine hours off shift to try to prevent sleeppy workers. ray lahood said the american public must have confidence that the nation's air traffic controllers are rest ready to work. we needed to make changes and we are doing that. >>> and the faa and air traffic controllers agreed to continue the policy of not allowing naps in the break in the air traffic controller shift. they must be available for a recall at all time
. kyle busch began as points leader. blows out a right front tire. finished 36th, dropping into 5th in the points. brian vickers taking a spin, courtesy of kasey khane, the 9th cause of the day. how about your pole sitter, ryan newman. he wins his first race of the year. congratulations. >>> coming up, more world cup reaction from a team following in the footsteps of a new national star. stick around.     -dad, why are you getting that? -that's my cereal. is there a prize in there? oh, there's a prize, all right. is it a robot? no. is it a jet plane? nope. is it a dinosaur? [ laughs ] [ male announcer ] inside every box of heart healthy cheerios are those great tasting little o's made from carefully selected oats that can help lower cholesterol. stickers? uh-uh. a superhero? ♪ kinda. [ male announcer ] and we think that's the best prize of all. ♪ not that long ago, many families were priced out of an overheated housing market. but the times have changed. get the facts at remax.com. it's a great place to see all the listings in thousands of cities and towns. w
of a tire that blew out. that's what witnesses told the chp. when he lost control, he hit the center divide, and the vehicle flipped over, crossed into the other lanes of traffic, and burst into flames. so it is fortunate that no one else was injured. the truck appeared to be carrying a load of dirt or perhaps some pieces of building material, but the fire was hot, and it was fast. >> a big tire blew out, the truck lost control and then overturned trapping the driver and subsequently caught fire. he was trapped inside. >> reporter: now the coroner did come out not just to remove the driver now make sure there wasn't another person inside the cab of the truck. and i just got confirmation from the chp that there is only one victim in this crash. now the chp spokeswoman said at that point when the first responders arrived, it was just too hard to tell. now the chp did open some of the westbound lanes. if this is part of your evening commute, though, and you're going to hit the road in the next couple of minutes, you might want to play it safe and plan on taking 101 or lawrence expressway inste
indicates a tire blowout may have caused the driver to lose control. london metro police commissioner paul stephenson has stepped down over his use of the world of fun hiking scandal. the founder was arrested yesterday and released some 12 hours later. both have denied full dot mac and want to. >>> day number two of freedom for casey anthony three weeks after a guilty found her not guilty of killing her two -year-old daughter. she left the jail early thursday morning with just over $500. a former member of her defense team said she is in good hands. >>> is forced to us women's world cup team faces off against japan in the finals. and if you would have to leave to times but japan will fight back to tie it at two. in the 170th minute the game is decided by penalty kicks. japan shocks the united states to win its first world cup. >>> us defender ali creager scored the game-winning kick last week against brazil. she started as a youngster in prince william county. she has a lot of fans. her followers turned out to watch the world cup finals, take a listen. >> japan has given the ball away a c
over it. they are on side of road there. at belmont up by ralston avenue, flat tires, not good news. 880 ramp to southbound 101 an accident is out of lanes in and out. live thought shot at 280 in san jose, very little traffic there. >> thank you beverly. >> and wells fargo grease to record fines for steering fwriors high-priced loans they couldn't afford. >> and new screening equipment coming to u.s. airports intending to keep your privates intending to keep your privates private. i ate breakfast and got heartburn, third day this week. so i took my heartburn pill and some antacids. we're having mexican tonight, so another pill then? unless we eat later, then pill later? if i get a snack now, pill now? skip the snack, pill later... late dinner, pill now? aghh i've got heartburn in my head. [ male announcer ] stop the madness of treating frequent heartburn. it's simple with prilosec otc. one pill a day. twenty-four hours. zero heartburn. no heartburn in the first place. great. >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >>> air travelers will find security cameras to al
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controversy at all? >> incessantly. >> you haven't slept. you haven't slept. >> this is what i'm tired of. i'm tired of as i was reading the paper on my ipad this morning, i am tired of reading news stories about how broke we are, and then right next to it is a story about how we are cutting a portion of our financing to the pakistani military. if we are so broke, how about we cut that stuff off? it bothers me. we are like the demented parents that even though we are up to our ears in credit card debt we buy our children $200 jeans and air jordans. >> that's an excellent metaphor. >> thank you. >> very good. courtney, are you following this? >> the government needs to pry your ties and learn to deal with less money. but my husband is a financial reporter, so i hear a lot about this. he is very passionate, so whatever he thinks is a good idea, i think is a good idea. and he says that we definitely have to raise the debt ceiling for sure. the economy is too fragile right now. the stock market is all over the place. the republicans and the democrats are bickering and they are holding the econom
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